Jackie Chan Goes Sci-Fi In Bleeding Steel

Jackie Chan Goes Sci-Fi In Bleeding Steel

A special forces agent gets caught up in a conspiracy while protecting a young woman from an evil organization

You can’t keep a good man down and Jackie Chan is no exception. The guy is already in his 60’s but his action films keep on coming.

2017 has already seen the releases of Kung Fu Yoga and The Foreigner and here we are with a trailer for his third film this year, Bleeding Steel.

Synopsis for the film are little thin on the ground with detail but this is what we know so far.

Jackie Chan stars as a special forces agent who gets caught up in a conspiracy while protecting a young woman from an evil organization. But there is also something else. He feels a connection to her like they met in a different life.

Years later, a sci-fi novel Bleeding Steel is published, and that’s when the bad guys with futuristic attire suddenly start to appear.

As you can see from the trailer, the film certainly isn’t light on the action and on what looks to be a big signature sequence for Jackie, there will be a fight on top of the Sydney Opera House.

Bleeding Steel will open in China on December 22nd. No further release details are known at this time.

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